Weeks Required to Ensure Compliance in Order to Resume Hearings

September 9, 2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Bureau of Pardons and Paroles: Weeks Required to Ensure Compliance in Order to Resume Hearings Montgomery, AL – Director Charlie Graddick today said it will take weeks for the Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles to resume parole hearings postponed last week. The board must ensure compliance with a … Read more Weeks Required to Ensure Compliance in Order to Resume Hearings

ABPP Forced to Cancel Hearings Set for Next Week

IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sept. 6, 2019 ABPP BUREAU OF PARDONS AND PAROLES FORCED TO CANCEL HEARINGS SET FOR NEXT WEEK MONTGOMERY – The Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles has cancelled more than 100 hearings set for next week because the prior administration failed to perform due diligence to meet requirements set forth under a new … Read more ABPP Forced to Cancel Hearings Set for Next Week

Board Comments on Birmingham Field Office Relocation

August 22, 2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Board Comments on Birmingham Field Office Relocation Montgomery, AL – In response to questions and concerns about the Birmingham City Field Office relocation, the Board of Pardons and Paroles releases the following statement: On August 1, 2019, upon the expiration of its original ten-year lease, the Alabama Board of … Read more Board Comments on Birmingham Field Office Relocation

Board Comments on Governor Ivey’s Statement Regarding Thomasville Facility

June 14, 2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Board Comments on Governor Ivey’s Statement Regarding Thomasville Facility Montgomery, AL- In response to Governor Ivey’s statement concerning theAgency’s Thomasville Transition Facility, the Board of Pardons and Parolessubmits the attached comment for release. The Board of Pardons & Paroles is attentive to the concerns of Thomasville residents. We alsorealize … Read more Board Comments on Governor Ivey’s Statement Regarding Thomasville Facility

Board Delivers March and April Monthly Progress Report for Corrective Action Plan in Response to Governor Ivey’s Executive Order No. 716

May 6, 2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Board Delivers March and April Monthly Progress Report for CorrectiveAction Plan in Response to Governor Ivey’s Executive Order No. 716 Montgomery, AL- In compliance with Governor Ivey’s Executive Order No. 716,the Board of Pardons and Paroles submitted the attached monthly progress reportto the Governor’s Office May 1st, 2019.

Parole Board Responds to Introduction of Substitute to SB 42 in Committee April 10, 2019

April 12, 2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Parole Board Responds to Introduction of Substitute to SB 42 in CommitteeApril 10, 2019 Montgomery, AL- In response to the introduction of a substitute to SB 42sponsored by Senator Cam Ward, the Board of Pardons and Paroles releases thefollowing statement: In August 2018, Executive Director Eddie Cook requested the … Read more Parole Board Responds to Introduction of Substitute to SB 42 in Committee April 10, 2019

Board Delivers February Monthly Progress Report for Corrective Action Plan in Response to Governor Ivey’s Executive Order No. 716 | Press Release

March 26, 2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Board Delivers February Monthly Progress Report for Corrective ActionPlan in Response to Governor Ivey’s Executive Order No. 716 Montgomery, AL- In compliance with Governor Ivey’s Executive Order No. 716,the Board of Pardons and Paroles submitted the attached monthly progress reportto the Governor’s Office March 20th, 2019.

Board Delivers Monthly Progress Report for Corrective Action Plan with Documentation in Response to Governor Ivey’s Executive Order No. 716

February 21, 2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Board Delivers Monthly Progress Report for Corrective Action Plan withDocumentation in Response to Governor Ivey’s Executive Order No. 716 Montgomery, AL- In compliance with Governor Ivey’s Executive Order No. 716,the Board of Pardons and Paroles submitted the attached monthly progress reportwith documentation to the Governor’s Office today.

Hiring

February 17, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Montgomery, AL – The recent passage of Act 2015-185 provided for a number of investments incommunity supervision of Alabama’s felony offenders to curb recidivism and enhance public safety, including the expansion of Pardons and Paroles’ work force. Accordingly, the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles is currently hiring 100 … Read more Hiring